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Old 05-12-2013, 02:24 PM   #11 
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Oh okay, good! Sorry, was just making sure is all ^^

I see some other Bettas in there though, was that just a sorority or something? One picture looks like a male and female swimming together?
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Oh, yea, that was an old picture when I have three betta in this tank (two female, and one male, all was HM). It turned out that the girls had bitten a poor boy, so one female went to the friend, and the male to my best friend. :)
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Okay! Sounds good ^^

Do you use any co2 for your tank? Other ferts? Or did I miss some of the info in your first post? lol I do that sometimes ><
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No, I don't use CO2 or fertilizers, there are just snails, which are very useful as a natural fertilizer ;) In addition, I've got plants that do not require great care treatments.
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Cool, good to know :) By the way, I love rabbit snails so it's nice to see someone else with them! I had the Mini Yellow Rabbits, they mostly stayed on my driftwood eating the slime off of it haha but they were good little cleaners.
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GORGEOUS TANK!
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Cool, good to know :) By the way, I love rabbit snails so it's nice to see someone else with them! I had the Mini Yellow Rabbits, they mostly stayed on my driftwood eating the slime off of it haha but they were good little cleaners.
Haha, I really love all snails, but in fact Rabbit Snails are my favorite. Yes, they are great cleaners, but unfortunately if have a choice of wood (and food for shrimps) or algae - they choose the wood and food. Conversely behave Brotia Pagodula snails - they love diatom, and even if they have other food, they choose to eat algae from glass and plant.
In fact each snail has its advantages, even the most ordinary Planorbarius or Melanoides. :)


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